A Woman Called Golda
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|A Woman Called Golda|
Ingrid Bergman in A Woman Called Golda
|Directed by||Alan Gibson|
|Produced by||Harve Bennett,
|Written by||Harold Gast,
|Music by||Michel Legrand|
|Distributed by||Operation Primetime,
CBS Television Distribution (2007-present)
|April 26, 1982|
Made by Paramount Television and directed by Alan Gibson, the film stars Ingrid Bergman in the title role. It also features Ned Beatty, Franklin Cover, Judy Davis, Anne Jackson, Robert Loggia, Leonard Nimoy, Jack Thompson, Bruce Boa, Anthony Bate, David de Keyser, Barry Foster and Nigel Hawthorne.
This TV film was the last work of Ingrid Bergman's career. She died four months after its American telecast.
In 1977, Golda Meir returns to her old school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she tells the students her life story. She recounts her early years in Russia, and how her family emigrated to America to avoid the persecution of Jews throughout Europe. As a young woman, Golda dreams of fighting for a country for all Jews of the world. She marries Morris Meyerson, and they eventually move to Palestine to work in a kibbutz, although they soon end up leaving, much to Golda's disappointment. They move to Jerusalem and have two children, but Golda's tremendous ambition soon drives her and Morris apart, although they remain married until his death in 1951.
The film received seven Emmy nominations and won three awards, including the Outstanding Drama Special and Outstanding Lead Actress for Ingrid Bergman. The film was also nominated for two Golden Globes and won the award for Best Performance by an Actress for Ingrid Bergman.
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